My pokemon team!
couldn’t help but to do some gijinkas as well >v<
In my opinion, a balance of both traditional and online schooling works well depending on the person that’s learning. Traditional schooling allows the student to have an interaction with a teacher and other students which enable them to build their social skills and personality. In addition, having a teacher guide students through the learning process allows students to be able to ask questions in areas they may be struggling in. The teacher becomes aware of where the student is weak. The teacher is then able to target that area, focusing on it so the student and other students may gain a better understanding of the subject.
On the other hand, online schooling allows the student to become more independent enabling the student to understand the concepts at their own pace. If a class is progressing too rapidly for the student to follow along, they could rely on online tools and programs to gain the extra practice and help they need. If a class is too slow, the student could move ahead. The online methods may be easier to follow for some students and it fosters independent learning which is a skill necessary at the college and professional levels.
Again, it depends on what kind of learner the student is: a visual learner- learns through viewing images, auditory learner- learns through listening and discussion, read-write learner- learns through text-based material, or a kinesthetic learner- learns by using their senses and hand-on activities. Each style of learning attempts to target the vast variety of learners, however, where one may lack, the other can support and strengthen. Considering this, a balance between traditional and online schooling would allow the student to gain more experience using these different methods. In addition, every type of learner may understand the concepts in their own individual way.
DOCTOR CONQUEST’S BIG HOLIDAY-TIME COPIC MARKER GIVEAWAY
So I’ve got this pretty solid collection of Copic art markers. They’re great. I like them a lot. But here’s the thing: I am so allergic to them that I can’t use them without wearing an industrial strength respiratory mask, which is very uncomfortable and awkward, meaning I haven’t used these beautiful markers in over a year and have no intention to in the future.
They’re lonely. They’re unloved. They need a new artistic mind to command them. Could that artistic mind be…yours?
IT COULD BE WITH THIS GIVEAWAY.
I’d thought about trying to sell some of my Copic collection for a while but it turns out I can’t be bothered with the trouble and anyway I prefer giving things away (related fact: I will never be rich). And though I am but a humble internet-no-one-in-particular with not many people following this blog I thought, surely, someone is going to see this and want these magnificent markers, right?
Copic markers are, in my opinion, the best art markers you can get. They’re incredibly versatile—they can go on perfectly flat and smooth to look like digital colouring, they can be blended to look like watercolours, they can do a lot of things! However, their quality is reflected in their cost and although they’re worth every penny, at $4 to $7 per marker they can be prohibitively expensive, especially for students. So, here’s a chance to win a pretty great set!
ONE LUCKY WINNER of this giveaway will receive 62 Copic markers, retail value of about $298, consisting of:
-39 Copic Ciao and Copic Sketch colours, including all the basic colours, flesh tones, neutrals and shades, and the colourless blender
-a complete set of Copic Original cool grey tones, plus black
-a complete set of Copic Original warm grey tones See images above!
WOW SO MANY PRETTY MARKERS
Wait, am I going to be super allergic to these too?
Almost definitely not. Most people aren’t bothered by Copics at all, I’m just super unlucky and oversensitive. The markers have very little smell, especially compared to other art markers.
HOW TO WIN AND WHATNOT:
-Reblog this post
-I will announce the randomly chosen winner on January 5, 2013. You must have your ask box open or email address available so I can contact you and get your address to send you your cool stuff! If I don’t receive a response within 72 hours I’ll choose another winner.
-I will ship anywhere! Unless it is somehow illegal for you to get a box of markers in the mail.
And that’s it! I think. Hopefully I haven’t left out a crucially important step to this. Anyway, thanks for reading this far! Please share this with your artsy acquaintances who might be interested in a chance to win $300 worth of fancy markers. :)
Good luck, lovely citizens of tumblr!
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